This fine dining spot that’s housed inside a renovated 16th-century palazzo does tasting menus and à la carte dining (for groups of five or fewer) from one of Palermo’s most celebrated chefs, Carmelo Trentacosti. Dishes feature seasonal creations like the pumpkin with fermented black garlic and miso paste or a sweet rhubarb dessert with raspberry mousse and star anise meringue.
Palermo is full of ancient artifacts that’ll make you feel very young in the grand scheme of things, but here, you’ll find some that will make you feel very old: vintage Apple products from the Jobs Foundation. Make a reservation for a night you’ll want to celebrate something special, even if that’s just being old and wise enough to remember when computers looked like this.
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